As smartphones powerful device today, no wonder many are using it every night until bed times, well not a good idea. The New England Journal of Medicine wrote, according on a study that reveals that looking at the screen with one eye might trigger temporary loss of vision. The dilemma can happen when users do this lying on their sides, and when they stand up from that position, the chance exists that the view when they looked from the screen is still used in the eye.
Based to the analysts, in this scenario, people get into a effect where eyes adapt to a lit atmosphere – the device screen – to a normally dark surroundings. Adapting can occasionally take a few minutes making users get dizzy and start thinking and feeling something much even worse is going on.
The researches concluded after complaints from two women in the United Kingdom, who reported of loss of vision. The two women are watched their smartphone display with an eye lying on their sides in the dark, while the other eye covered by pillow. The loss of vision happened because the enlightened view cannot adjust swiftly enough to the dark area. The analysts claim that the temporary blindness is harmless phenomenon.
We must aware to our health, since we always use our smartphones, let our eyes rest at night.